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Report - A tour of Bournemouths high places..


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I recently moved to Bournemouth to start uni and im less than impressed with the amount of exploreable sites these guys have, especially compared to manchester. that didnt stop me climbing some cranes and wandering along the town centre roofs though.

Bournemouths not really featured on this forum so heres a few snaps from in and around bournemouth town centre...

I'm deffinately not the first to find my way up here and its no surprise, this place couldnt be easier...




looking towards westover...


a crane opposite the train station and asda, i think this is a new housing development site




view of bournemouth train station and asda


decided to have a look at the train station, i remember thinking it was do-able the first time i came for my uni interview and the glass roofs looked cool




and finally a couple from another roof, although almost every shop roof is do-able on this stretch if you try :)



nowt special but nice to see a new town thats not been posted.

although theres not much in bournemouth there are a couple of places i really want to have a look at nearby, pyestock which i still havent seen :O but the other is 'Burlington' a 36 acre underground nuclear bunker in corsham, if anybodys heading there anytime soon would love to tag along, or if people are interested in organizing to go have a gander let us know :D